Belgium has 15 fascinating World Heritage Sites – from city centres to single houses.
The belfries of Belgium were erected over centuries, all with slightly different designs. But they all represented the same thing – a democratic freedom not seen here before.
Bruges is one of the prettiest cities in Belgium. So what do I discover when I set out to explore its streets?
It was the largest printing press in Europe in the 16th century and one of the best preserved. Why you should visit Belgium’s Plantin-Moretus Museum!
These four houses in the Belgian capital of Brussels have been included on the World Heritage List – but does that mean you can see them?
In Belgium’s Wallonia region, the coal mines may have shut but their legacy lives on. Go underground – and see how life was for families on the surface.
When these women decided to live a religious life without men, they didn’t want to follow the rules of the church. So this is what they did.
There’s something different about this city square – and it’s partly why the Grand Place is the most popular tourist attraction in Brussels.
It’s listed as a World Heritage Site, an example of influential architecture in Europe. That should mean you could see Stoclet House in Brussels, right?